Tonight on Soundstage: Florida Folks and the Tales They Do, written and performed by Phyllis McEuen and Bob Devin Jones as part of the Radio Theater Project presented by the Studio@620 and WMNF. African-American folk tales and songs collected by Zora Neale Hurston in Florida in the 1930′s.
Tomorrow, May 20, is the final performance for the 2012-2013 season of the Radio Theatre Project Live. It’s also the final episode of the first season of The Continuing Adventures of Noel Berlin, Cabaret Detective. So, to prepare you for that show, tonight we present episodes 1-6 of Noel Berlin, in a special 90 minute episode of Soundstage.
Noel Berlin is written by Paul Wilborn and Matt Cowley, directed by Ron Satlof, and features the voices of Paul Wilborn, Eugenie Bondurant, Ron Satlof, Bob Heitman, Mimi Rice, Richard Rice, Dave Waterman, Bonnie Agan, LeRoy Mitchell, Jim Wicker, and special guests.
Tonight on Soundstage: Part 2 of Mrs. Rawlings’s Mess, recorded in Feb. 2011 as part of the Studio@620 WMNF Radio Theater Project.
Tonight on Soundstage: Part 1 of Mrs. Rawling’s Mess, recorded live at the Studio@620 in February, 2011.
Tonight on Soundstage: The Rocks Are Gonna Cry Out by Marcus Gardley, directed by Fanni Green. Recorded live in February 2013 as part of the Radio Theater Project presented by WMNF and The Studio@620.
Tonight on Soundstage: a reprise of a show from April 2011: Ken Nordine, Negativland, Offramp, The Firesign Theatre, and The Sixty Second Radio Hour.
Tonight on Soundstage: Nero and Cabenza De Gasca, The Gasser by Lord Buckley, and Confessions of 013-04-1920 by Ken Nordine.
Tonight on Soundstage: Episode 4 in The Continuing Adventures of Noel Berlin, Cabaret Detective by Paul Wilborn and Matt Cowley, and Francisco Menendez by Bob Devin-Jones, both recorded in February 2013 as part of the Radio Theatre Project at the Studio@620.
Noel Berlin was written by Paul Wilborn and Matt Cowley and directed by Ron Satlof. The cast included Paul Wilborn, Eugenie Bondurant, Jim Wicker, Bob Heitman, and Bonnie Agan.
Francisco Menendez was written by Bob Devin-Jones and directed by Lisa Powers Tricomi. The cast included Bob Devin-Jones, Desmond Clark, and Bob Heitman.
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